Distant mangroves share similar fish communities, while neighbors can be different

Mangrove forests form complex and productive ecosystems at the edges of the tropical oceans, and provide key habitat for numerous...

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Echosounder surveys reveal that small fish escape from the Gulf Corvina fishery

Every spring, adult Gulf Corvina (Cynoscion othonopterus) return to where they were born in the Colorado River Delta of the...

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Marine habitat distributions in the Gulf of California

The value of nature and its contribution to human well-being and development is being increasingly appreciated by researchers, communities, and...

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A description of El Niño/La Niña effects in the Gulf of California

The El Nino Southern Oscillation (ENSO) is an irregular, periodic variation in the sea surface temperature over the eastern tropical...

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How many species and groups of invertebrates are in the Gulf of California reefs?

The fish communities in the reefs of the Gulf of California (GoC) have been studied extensively (1, 2), however, there...

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Exploring diversity in Cabo Pulmo National Park through fish eggs and larvae

Genetic identification of fish eggs and larvae can be a useful tool to assess the diversity of species spawning in...

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How many gulf curvinas have been caught?

Extraction levels in any fishery should never exceed the species’ capacity to recover (never catch more fish than are born)....

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Recovering fishery resources in the Gulf of California

Ocean reefs are a source of food and income for many coastal communities that extract a great variety of fish,...

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Fisheries driving development in Punta Abreojos, Mexico

Punta Abreojos is one of the most important fishing communities in terms of marine resource use and management in the...

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The lunar cycle and the fisheries of the Upper Gulf of California

In the Upper Gulf of California large tidal fluctuations, as well as migration and spawning aggregations formed by species, are...

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